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solicitor advocate

a solicitor in England having rights of audience before specified higher courts; a solicitor in Scotland having the right of audience before any of the higher courts. These individuals remain solicitors and are not ADVOCATES nor BARRISTERS although carrying out the same functions in the spheres within which they are authorized.
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Sangster's counsel, solicitor-advocate Chris Fyffe asked the forensic biologist if the DNA could have been transferred by the accused simply placing his hands underneath the victim's underwear.
Caher has gained his Higher Rights of Audience and is a qualified Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Courts Civil Proceedings).
At a preliminary hearing at Stirling Sheriff Court on Tuesday, solicitor-advocate Martin Morrow, defending, said Maxwell, of Hays Hill, Kippen, pleaded not guilty to the single charge against her.
Solicitor-advocate Iain Paterson, for Russell, said she had struggled with drugs and with her mental health.
Barrister Amjad Malik was declared by The Times (London) lawyer of the week in June 10, 2010 for acting as a solicitor-advocate from his Rochdale office pro bono for three Pakistani students in a deportation appeal hearing at a Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) in London and won the appeal against deportation.
Charalambous, a solicitor-advocate by profession, is standing against sitting Labour MP Emily Thornberry.
THE family team at leading North East law firm Ward Hadaway, has been further strengthened with the recruitment of experienced solicitor-advocate Cassandra Spenceley.
Amjad Malik, solicitor-advocate from the United Kingdom, will contribute towards this topic.
Solicitor-advocate Ali Murray was forced to abandon his BMW on Monday at Bothwell Service Station near Hamilton on the M74.
The star's solicitor-advocate Mark Thomson told Mr Justice Eady the publishers of So Foot, a French language magazine, now accepted Ms Allen had not made the statements attributed to her.
Solicitor-advocate Keith Schilling told the High Court in London that News Group Newspapers now accepted that each of the allegations was "false and intrusive," the Press Association reported.
He is now a solicitor-advocate in all higher courts.